Sunday, April 03, 2016
From Bystander N
I live in a local justice area that now includes a much wider spread of courts, and their old areas, than the court I was appointed to.
One of my colleagues looked at a defendant’s bail conditions, not to go to a specific postal area, and said to us “That’s not possible. I know the road in question. It’s a cul de sac and, to get out, they would have to cross open fields or go into the area their bail condition doesn't allow.” Who would have set this? Those like me who don’t know the area in question.
What price local justice?